Thursday, 6 August , 2020

Lavrov

Kushner and Netanyahu may have the answers

Moscow Has Questions Concerning New US Policy in Syria - Lavrov The Russian foreign minister has also mentioned the mass exodus of Daesh terrorists from...

Muted Reactions to the Nuclear “Mein Kampf” of Donald Trump

Right and Left React to Trump’s Speech at the U.N. The political news cycle is fast, and keeping up can be overwhelming. Trying to find...

Trump threatens North Korea with “effective and overwhelming” military force

By Peter Symonds In the wake of North Korea’s missile launch, US President Trump and his top officials have once again threatened to use...

En Syrie, les Etats-Unis manœuvrent contre l’Iran

Published in www.investigaction.net Empêcher l’armée syrienne de se déplacer sur le territoire syrien ? Avec les Etats-Unis, c’est possible. Des troupes US et leurs alliés sont...

Kremlin: No Meeting Planned for Putin and Tillerson in Moscow

Russian President Vladimir Putin has no plans to meet U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson during his visit to Moscow, Presidential Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov...

Israel seems already mad. What about the West?

Russian FM & US Secretary of State discuss US strike on Syria in phone call   Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has discussed the US missile...

Lavrov: UN should not impose timeframes on Cyprus solution

Russian Foreign Affairs Minister Sergei Lavrov has called on “the United Nations and the UN Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide to stop trying to artificially appoint timeframes for reaching agreements and imposing solutions that are rejected by any of the parties to the Cyprus settlement.”

Russia Reasserts Itself

The Russian Foreign Ministry Lavrov speaks of “radical changes” in relations with the United States. Russia is upgrading its military presence in the Middle East. Moscow is also considering the reopening of its military bases in Cuba and Vietnam

Syrian Conflict Escalates

Speaking before a United Nations Security Council meeting on Syria Wednesday, US Secretary of State John Kerry demagogically blamed Russia and the government of President Bashar al-Assad for the escalating violence that has left a ceasefire reached earlier this month in tatters.

Fighting rages on in Syria

The US and Russia have committed to a ceasefire beginning Monday at sunset, which is to last for a week over the Eid holiday. The US-backed rebel groups are supposed to cease attacking government-held areas, although it appears increasingly likely that some rebel groups will refuse to implement the deal. The Assad government has agreed to allow humanitarian supplies into Aleppo.